10 thoughts on “Pink Floyd – Another Brick in The Wall

  1. Good post #1. On thing I like about some of them older groups is that they are not jumpin` around air humpin` and grabbin` their crotch like a bunch of faggot queers.

  2. I love this song and relate to it very deeply!

    When I was attending Kindergarten we lived on Havelock, NC military base and I would have to walk off base to attend school. I often got the ruler on the back of my knuckles for non-participation in class. I hated school and got poor grades the entire 17-18 years I was forced to attend. I felt like I was imprisoned! Maybe it was my attitude? I hate being told what to do and given orders!
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  3. This album was a lifesaver.

    Literally.

    It came out during the worst depression of my life. I was seriously contemplating suicide. The only thing I looked forward to each day was listening to “The Wall” one more time.

    1. I understand. Been there, too.
      It is one of those albums I turn to, now and again, to help me “get a grip” and “hold on”.

  4. One of my top ten rock songs ever…the others are the Who’s “Won’t Get Fooled Again” (meet the new boss, same as the old boss is maybe the greatest rock song lyric ever), Pink Floyd’s “Money,” Johnny Cash’s “When the Man Comes Around” (based on the Book of Revelation) and CCR’s “Run Through the Jungle” and “It Ain’t Me” (I ain’t no president’s son), and also Green Day’s “American Idiot” for a bit of millennialism…and Dire Strait’s “Money for Nothing, Chicks for Free” and “Sultan of Swing”…and George Thoroughgood’s “Bad to the Bone” and “One Bourban One Scotch One Beer” …mostly rock music sucks now…

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